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Synonyms for insult

Synonyms for insult

to cause resentment or hurt by callous, rude behavior

an act that offends a person's sense of pride or dignity

an instance of mockery or derision

Synonyms for insult

a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect

treat, mention, or speak to rudely

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Adding insult to injury at SBL, the firm reported a second-quarter earnings loss of 12 cents per share, mirroring last year's 12-cent gain for the same time frame, and falling short of Wall Street's expectations of two pennies per share.
THE appalling case of sectarian harassment against police photographer Stephen Murphy is bad enough without weasel words from the PSNI press office adding insult to injury.
Call it adding insult to injury or horrible judgment.
Adding insult to injury, in 2004 he was accused of stealing three books from a Barnes and Noble book store.
Adding insult to injury, the insurance companies, like everyone else, were losing money in the stock market.
Adding insult to injury, Prudential downgraded the semiconductor sector in early trading today.
Adding insult to injury, Assembly Speaker Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, bragged that redistricting was ``done on a bipartisan basis in the most open way in the history of California.
Adding insult to injury, the increased regulation will not prevent the $20,000 loss from happening again, instead it will save the $0.
Adding insult to injury, Moore, a Lancaster High graduate, was called for the foul on the play.
Adding insult to injury, NOK received an analyst downgrade this morning, as a major brokerage firm dropped its opinion of the shares to "sector perform" from "outperform.
It's adding insult to injury,'' said Merrill Blasdel, a Glendale real estate broker.